Raw sewage from the Mexican city of Tijuana flows downhill into the canyons and surf of Southern California. Today we'll find out why the mess still hasn't been cleaned up, even after years of planning and politics. Also, a woman who was born in Vietnam talks about the cultural confusion she felt while growing up in Michigan. We'll hear about an unusual documentary that draws upon literature being created by soldiers in Iraq. Plus: why illness may actually help keep us healthy.
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